Although black cats are considered to bring bad luck, this cat brought her owner good luck

The missing owner’s cat started unusually chatting with the neighbor.

If you’ve ever heard or read that black cats are unlucky, you should think twice.At least, that’s what one owner would say about her black cat, Piran, who is far from being or bringing unlucky things.

After his 83-year-old owner went missing near her home, Piran recently alerted the police where she was.

After tumbling over barbed wire, down a steep valley, and into water, the old lady from Cornwall was discovered safe. She had gone missing on Saturday, and her neighbors were concerned. As they examined the area surrounding her house for evidence, their alarm grew. Piran, the woman’s cat, knew just where to search.

A neighbor figured out that Piran was trying to talk to her because he wouldn’t stop meowing.

“This was unexpected,” Sky News’ Tammy Longmuir said.

Piran’s constant meowing at the corner of a wide maize field near the old woman’s house was noted by neighbor Tammy Longmuir, 38. Longmuir couldn’t overlook the fact that the cat appeared to be directing attention to this specific location. She was fully aware of the cat’s attachment to its owner. She chose to follow Piran’s example.

“Just as I was about to veer off the route and into the cornfield, I heard a very weak answer to my call. I soon discovered my neighbor was down the 70-foot ravine. She’d gotten through the barbed wire and was lying in the stream — we believe she’d been there for hours. ” —Tammy said to Sky News.

Tammy discovered the 83-year-old had slid down a steep hill with Piran’s assistance.

According to the Facebook page for the Bodmin Officers, the police and emergency services were called, and the rescue was done despite the danger.

The lady fell in a region with “very hard-to-reach and rough terrain.” Police in Bodmin

The Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service, water rescue, Cornwall Air Ambulance, and SWAST were all there and managed to safely bring the lady to safety as Piran looked on.

Following the encounter, Bodmin Police informed the public that the elderly lady was alright.

“Through line rescue, the female was hauled back up to the field on a stretcher.” She was then airlifted to the clinic in a stable state. Police in Bodmin

A superhero in the form of a cat

And, of course, they would never forget who initiated the rescue in the first place.

The cops were happy to applaud Piran, the courageous cat whose fast reaction made a huge difference.

“Piran the cat came to the rescue!” Police in Bodmin

The police department sent an update on their Facebook page.

“While the woman in question is still getting treatment, she is in excellent spirits and being properly cared for.” Police in Bodmin

Without Piran, the rescue would very certainly not have been as successful. Tammy Longmuir was grateful for his assistance.

“Even without a cat sitting at the entrance to that field, I or anybody else might have checked in there hours later,” Tammy Longmuir told Sky News.

This appreciative owner is deeply grateful for her cat, Piran. She would not have been discovered if it hadn’t been for him!